Greens target “brown faces” in racist anti-mining campaign

DECEMBER 11, 2015: EXTREME green groups are guilty of veiled racism in their relentless and targeted campaign against Indian company Adani and its “brown-skinned executives”.

This is a mining development which will breathe new life into Mackay with the jobs and opportunities it will provide.

The extreme green anti-mining campaign has only focussed on an Indian company which is veiled racism, and the veil’s pretty thin.

It’s almost a case of ‘you can’t trust the Indians’.

Along with defaming an Indian company, these extreme green groups are now attacking the Indian brown-skinned executives of that company.

They want to hark back to issues in other jurisdictions, but I’m wondering why they haven’t come out with stories of breaches by Australian, American or British-owned mining companies?

There are a plethora of these white-faced mining companies who have blotted their copy book in terms of environmental management of mines in other countries.

Why is it that the extreme green groups have only gone after a company that is headed by people with brown faces?

Why is it that these extreme green groups have only attacked a mining executive who has a brown face?”

Without a doubt the extreme green movement have also started a racist whispering campaign that Adani will only employ Indians at their Carmichael mine, which is completely and utterly wrong.

First of all, it’s against the law to employ foreigners when Australians are willing and available to do the work, and secondly, Adani have explicitly stated they will not use foreign workers on the mine site.

The extreme green racism needs to stop!